ERIC Number: ED260704
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1984-May
Reference Count: N/A
Use of Computer in Education in Japan. NIER Occasional Paper 03/84.
This report contains a summary of computer uses among education centers, research institutes, and schools in Japan, based on investigations carried out within 47 prefectures and 10 designated cities throughout the nation. Information presented in the narrative report and eight data tables includes: (1) use of computers in local education centers and research institutes as of 1982, with specific computer models, memory storage capacity, and particular utilization; (2) number of schools and teachers taking advantage of the data processing services at Aichi prefectural education center, with data processing contents and grade level of the school; (3) contents of inservice training for teachers and other education-related personnel held at Aichi prefectural education center, with level and number of courses, course contents, and number of participants; (4) distribution of microcomputers among schools as of January 1983, with grade level and public/private school designation; (5) uses of microcomputers in schools in Japan, with grade level and public/private school designation; (6) situations regarding microcomputers and requests for their introduction among schools in Aichi prefecture as of December 1982, with grade level and number of schools furnished with microcomputers; (7) uses of microcomputers in schools in Aichi prefecture as of December 1982, with grade level and types of utilization; (8) number of data processing programs developed by schools in Aichi prefecture as of December 1982, and average number of programs developed per school having microcomputers. (JB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Inst. for Educational Research, Tokyo (Japan).
Identifiers - Location: Japan